skewbald


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skewbald

1. marked or spotted in white and any colour except black
2. a horse with this marking
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Judith Curry, prosecuting for the RSPCA, said Lily had been underfed for a period of two months, while two other skewbald Shetland ponies had been found underweight with lice in an allotment in Wealcroft.
Detectives investigating the attack said the brown and white Skewbald horse was shot in the side of the head sometime between 7.
Caspians are found in a variety of colors, with the exception of piebald and skewbald (pinto).
Sale leader at pounds 10,300 was Mrs Alford's five-year-old ridden skewbald Part-bred mare Amesbury Dolly Mixture, bought at last year's sale for pounds 3,500.
Michelle, who chairs North East Wales Bridleways Association, said Welsh section A pony Ruby is proving a doting mum to the tricolour or skewbald bay and white colt.
There was also an amazing skewbald colt and a totally delectable baby filly whose colouring was simply incredible.
He lies on the ground stunned, his eyes closed as if dazzled by the brightness of God's light that streams down the white part of the skewbald horse, but that the light is heavenly is clear only to the believer, for Saul has no halo" (66).
Rather, he portrays the "men in this doomed company [who] have skewbald, frostbitten faces, with pink traces from the cold of minus 40[degrees], torn greatcoats, terrible coughs, as if coming from somewhere in the stomach, hoarse, barking, husky voices.
Skewbald (skyew-bahld) A patched color pattern of white and any
The brown and white skewbald male pony, named Chilli by RSPCA inspectors, was found with its tether rope cut three inches into its neck.
The two common color patterns in paint horses are: piebald, or black-and-white, and skewbald, which is white and any other color than black.